Relief Organizations

If you would like your organization to be considered for inclusion, please email: [email protected]

ABACO ONLY

Green Turtle Cay
GREEN TURTLE CLUB AND FRIENDS ON EMPTY POCKETS (Funds raised are earmarked for Treasure Cay, Abaco ONLY)
Green Turtle Club and Friends on Empty Pockets guarantee that 100% of the funds will go directly to the residents of Green Turtle Cay and the long road ahead to rebuild. All donations are run through Green Turtle Cay Foundation which is a 501c3 Charity so all your generosity will be tax deductible. The money raised through this fund will be used for generators, fuel, tarps, roofing materials, food, water, personal hygiene products, diapers, formula, pet supplies, paper products, pillows, blankets, sleeping bags, air mattresses, duct tape, extension cords, box fans, batteries, flashlights, cleaning supplies, first aid kits, tools, garbage bags, etc.
DONATE HERE

Elbow Cay
THE WINSLOW FAMILY & SANDS FAMILY FOUNDATION
(Funds raised are earmarked for Elbow Cay, Abaco ONLY)
The Winslow Family and the Sands Family Foundation will match, dollar for dollar, all donations up to $100,000 for the purchase of critical supplies such as diapers, baby food, tarps, clothing, water, fuel, food and medical supplies. Additionally, Constellation Brands will be donating use of their corporate plane to transport supplies being gathered in New York down to Florida where we are working with Poseidon Shipping to transport over to Elbow Cay.
DONATE HERE

ABACO & GRAND BAHAMA

HEADKNOWLES
HeadKnowles managed over $2M in relief funds for Hurricane Joaquin relief in 2015. Once again in 2016, HeadKnowles established a committed group of volunteers who worked tirelessly to assist those devastated during Hurricane Matthew for Ragged Island, North Andros, Grand Bahama and New Providence. In that effort, which is still ongoing, they have managed over $4mil to date. The money they receive will go directly to purchasing essential supplies and they will provide their donors with financial statements to account for every dollar donated. Donors will be able to see with all transparency that their money is being used to get our Northern Island communities what they need.

DONATE TO HEADKNOWLES HERE

LEND A HAND BAHAMAS
Lend A Hand Bahamas is a registered Bahamian nonprofit organization that is also affiliated with a U.S. charity called Fishing for Families in Need, which is a 501c3 in the States and serves as their fiscal sponsor.

DONATE TO LEND A HAND BAHAMAS HERE

SANDALS FOUNDATION
Join the Sandals Foundation in their efforts to help restore the lives of our neighbors in Northern Bahamas due to the passage of Hurricane Dorian. All funds will go directly to relief efforts for those most affected.
DONATE TO THE SANDALS FOUNDATION HERE

BAHAMIAN CONSULATES: DONATION DROP-OFF SITES

Miami
Bahamian Consulate 
100 Biscayne Blvd #900, 
Miami, FL 33131
Phone: 305.373.6295

London 
The Bahamas High Commission
10 Chesterfield St.
Mayfair, London W1J 5JL
Phone: +44 (0) 20 7408 4488   
               
New York 
Bahamas House
231 East 46th Street
New York, NY 10017
Phone: 212.421.6420
Emergency Hotline: 201.320.1145

Atlanta 
Park Central Building
2970 Clairmont Road, NE
Suites 690
Atlanta, Georgia, 30329
Phone: 404.214.0492

Canada 
Bahamas High Commission 
99 Bank St. Suite 415
Ottawa, On K1P 6B9
Phone: +1.613.232.1724

Washington DC
Consular Annex
1025 Vermont Avenue NW, Suite 305
Washington, DC, 20005
Phone: 202.734.6578
Emergency Hotline: 202.6799045

ADDITIONAL DROP-OFF LOCATIONS

Miami
Sacred Space Warehouse340 NE 59th Ter
Miami, FL 33137
Broward
American Horse Trails Ranch
4928 SW 198th Ter
Southwest Ranches, FL 33332
Palm Beach
Smith, Gaskill & Shenkman, PA11891 US Hwy 1 
North Palm Beach, FL 33408
Orlando Executive Airport 
Headknowles Foundation C/O
ORL Atlantic Aviation FBO
400 Herndon Avenue
Orlando, FL
32803
Fort Lauderdale 
Tropix Shipping: Tropix Abaco
5610 NW 12th Avenue
Suite 203
Fort Lauderdale, FL
33309
Washington, DC
World Central Kitchen
1342 Florida Avenue NW,
Washington, DC, 20009

 

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